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                    TICKETS NOW ON SALE – Shadows Among The Prairies

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                    Written by Jennifer Dawn Bishop
                    September 10 – 18, 2020
                    *Preview Discount Night Sept 9, 2021

                    Location: The Shakespeare On The Saskatchewan Festival Site
                    948 Spadina Crescent East

                    Synopsis:
                    We walk among shadows all the time, even when we are alone, we always feel something near. A woman, Elaine wakes to a disturbing limbo full of shadow beings, shadows that were once living humans. Elaine must find her way through this shadowed in between world with no memory of who she is or how she died. Elaine’s only companions, a young half crazed woman that died in the 1930’s and an old friend from the past. Can each of them find the light? Or fall further into darkness?

                    Performed by
                    Raven Brass
                    Jennica Grienke
                    Braiden Houle

                    Director: Carol Greyeyes
                    Mentor/Lighting/Set: Carla Orosz
                    Projection: Milaine Curé
                    Sound: Lenore Maier
                    Costume: Kihiw Iskwew-Pilon
                    Movement: Natasha Martina
                    Apprentice Mentee: Liam Scramstad
                    Stage Manager: Johanna Arnott
                    Production Manager: Jim Arthur

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                    New Show Announcement – Shadows Among The Prairies

                    SHADOWS AMONG THE PRAIRIES

                    Written by Jennifer Dawn Bishop
                    September 10 – 18, 2020
                    *Preview Discount Night Sept 9, 2021

                    Location: The Shakespeare On The Saskatchewan Festival Site
                    948 Spadina Crescent East

                    Synopsis:
                    We walk among shadows all the time, even when we are alone, we always feel something near. A woman, Elaine wakes to a disturbing limbo full of shadow beings, shadows that were once living humans. Elaine must find her way through this shadowed in between world with no memory of who she is or how she died. Elaine’s only companions, a young half crazed woman that died in the 1930’s and an old friend from the past. Can each of them find the light? Or fall further into darkness?

                    Performed by
                    Raven Brass
                    Jennica Grienke
                    Braiden Houle

                    Director: Carol Greyeyes
                    Mentor/Lighting/Set: Carla Orosz
                    Projection: Milaine Curé
                    Sound: Lenore Maier
                    Costume: Kihiw Iskwew-Pilon
                    Apprentice Mentee: Liam Scramstad
                    Stage Manager: Johanna Arnott
                    Production Manager: Jim Arthur

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                    Welcome to the Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre

                    ‘And the day came when the risk to remain the same was greater than the risk to change. It is, after all, the only hope for the cocoon to become the butterfly.’

                    ~Anonymous

                    tawāw. Welcome to Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre. Nīkānīwin (pronounced knee-gone-knee-win) is a Plains Cree expression for ‘leadership’. Over the past year and a half, Saskatchewan Native Theatre Company (SNTC) has engaged members of the community regarding the next phase of our organization’s transition. In consultation with the Tootoosis family and after a process of ceremonial protocol, SNTC has successfully renamed our organization. Our new name, Gordon Tootoosis Nīkānīwin Theatre, honours Gordon Tootoosis, a Cree and Canadian icon and one of the founding members of SNTC. We have a new focus on mentorship of emerging Indigenous artists, a focus on Circle of Voices (COV). We have reinstituted the component of culture in everything we do -– our Cultural Advisor works closely with COV youth and with artists in the season’s programming. We are excited to open the doors to a new future for the company, one grounded in culture, language and history. When Gordon Tootoosis (Poundmaker First Nation) began working in theatre, there was a noticeable void of Aboriginal actors. He set out to fill that void by creating a platform for the development of young, burgeoning and experienced Aboriginal actors. In doing so, he has had a profound impact on both the Aboriginal and wider theatre community in Saskatoon and across the province and made an indelible mark on Canada’s theatre scene.






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